The "Hua Hin Night Market" that many people are familiar and more familiar is located on Dechanuchit Road or Soi Hua Hin 72. This road is a road to travel. Together in Hua Hin But in the evening, this street will gradually be replaced by many shops lined up on both sides and no matter who comes to Hua Hin. Do not miss shopping, shopping or eating out on this street.
"Plein Wan", the village has a retro life. Tasting food - delicious dessert Buy clothes Watching a movie Experience the past of 1956, Hua Hin has been called a resting place. Of good old people And a tourist attraction. Famous in later generations. Many people have good memories. To this seaside town, to come back to life in the past. A place where time stops in the past. To tell many stories of the past of Hua Hin. To the present "has received much attention from tourists.
The Royal Project is located in Tha Yang, Phetchaburi Province, which is made up of His Majesty the King's Majesty. It is with the farmers to develop agricultural career. Succeed and be able to sustain yourself and your family sustainably.
national park Sam Roi Yot The total area is about 98 square kilometers or 61,300 acres. Limestone complex There are flood plains on the coast. The habitat of birds. Which is very during the month. November to February It was declared a national park on June 28, 1966 and was the first national park of Thailand.
Ratchaphat Park Is a historical park Located in Nong Kae District, Prachuap Khiri Khan Province. The royal residence of the King of Thailand in the past 7 years, His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej is named. "Royal Park", a park built with devotion, and to honor and honor the King of Siam.
Only open on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, it is divided into four zones: Art A La Mode features local vendors and from Bangkok and the surrounding areas. This where you can pick up casual fashion like the simple, flowing lines available at Head Over Heels. Or cute home accessories from Lullaby by Liken. Original Cin sells one-of-a-kind accessories and clothes using motifs from traditional Thai sarongs, while Baan Tak Tor not only peddles dolls made from yarn, but also outfits and accessories for them.